Hallmark Channel presents the world premiere of “Three Wise Women,” a new twist on ghosts of Christmas past, present and future. Renowned star of stage and screen and Emmy® Award winner Fionnula Flanagan (“Rich Man, Poor Man,” “How the West Was Won”) stars as Beth, who has a rare opportunity to accompany her guardian angel, Tom (Hugh O’Connor, “Your Bad Self”), to visit her past and find out exactly how a single choice can change a life. The Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Three Wise Women” premieres Dec. 14.
Liz (Amy Huberman, “The Clinic”) has everything a girl could ever want – a successful career as a doctor and an equally successful fiancé who can’t wait to marry her. Yet somehow, things just aren’t clicking for Liz as she can’t help but remember some past relationships that ultimately let her down. And when she runs into Bobby (Brendan Patricks, “My Last Five Girlfriends”), a dear old friend, an intense moment of nostalgia only sends Liz into a bigger spiral of confusion.
Lucky for Liz, Tom has a plan to restore her faith in true love. He quickly travels back in time to recruit a younger Liz and then forward in time to find Liz as the more mature Beth (Flanagan) only to return to steer present-day Liz from making a big mistake. With guidance from spirits of past and future, Liz suddenly realizes that she might be marrying the wrong man and must make up for past mistakes in time to secure her future with a lifelong love.
Executive producers of “Three Wise Women” are Robert Halmi, Jr., Mary Callery and Alan Moloney. Producer is Cliona Ni Bhuachalla. The screenplay is written by Abby Ajayi and is based on an original idea by Cecilia Ahern. The movie is directed by Declan Recks.
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